Your friends in North Little Rock invite you to experience the diverse recreation and entertainment opportunities in our city, including our hotels in North Little Rock and restaurants North Little Rock.
The 12th International Conference on the Short Story in English will be in North Little Rock, Arkansas for the first time. The largest conference of its kind is set for June 27-30, 2012 with the Wyndham Riverfront, hotel in North Little Rock, being the conference hotel. Writers from all over the world including Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Olen Butler, will come to North Little Rock, AR for such a prestigious event. Several events will be taking place all over Central Arkansas including the Clinton Library and the Argenta Community Theater in North Little Rock. For more information on the conference please visit www.shortstoryconference.com or www.northlittlerock.travel
Starving Artist Café, restaurant North Little Rock, will host its Monthly Wine Dinner on May 23 at 7 p.m. Held monthly on the 4th Wednesday of the month, each dinner has a theme with 3 courses and 3 wines; $50 per person all inclusive. RSVP required. Please call 501-372-7679 or visit www.StarvingArtistCafe.Net
The Stars & Strikes baseball tournament will be hosted at Burns Park North Little Rock. The tournament will be held at the Burns Park Baseball Complex on May 25-27. For more information please visit www.BurnsParkBaseball.com
Don’t forget to purchase your Riverfest Tickets for Memorial Weekend. With several events hosted in both North Little Rock and Little Rock enjoy several concerts all wrapped up in one weekend. Venues include the Clinton Library and the North Shore Riveralk in North Little Rock. For more information on Riverfest, visit www.Riverfest.com
The North Shore Riverwalk in North Little Rock, AR will be home to Rock-N-Roll Fun Run & Walk on May 26th at 8 a.m. Cost is $30 which includes Riverfest tickets. For more information please visit www.RiverfestArkansas.com/attractions/rock-n-stroll-fun-run/
Plan your Riverfest Weekend by making reservation at one of North Little Rock hotels. And if you need a break from all the festivities visit one of the many conveniently located restaurant North Little Rock on Main Street.
Enjoy Maddie’s Memorial Day Maritime Bash at 7 p.m. on May 27 at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum in North Little Rock AR. Cost is $25 tax deductible donation; includes food, beverages and a great place to watch the fireworks. Call 501-371-8320 or visit www.Aimm.museum for more information.
The Annual Little Rock Film Festival will begin May 29 and go through June 3. The festival showcases the best international films and the best in narrative, documentary, and short films
from around the world. Opening night will kick off at the Argenta Community Theater in North Little Rock. Cost $40-250 for more information please visit www.LittleRockFilmFestival.org
Located on the west side of Verizon Arena, the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in North Little Rock is home to the greatest athletes of Arkansas. Open Monday – Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Visit www.ArkSportsHallofFame.com or call 501-663-4328.
For all your shopping needs don’t forget to visit the newly renovated North Little Rock Mall, McCain Shopping Mall on McCain Blvd. For a complete listing of stores at McCain Mall please visit http://www.simon.com/mall/?id=196
With 1,700 acres, Burns Park North Little Rock is one of the largest municipal parks in the nations. Set aside for public use, Burns Park North Little Rock features two 18-hole disc golf courses, baseball and softball complexes, 27 tennis courts (6 indoor), hiking, and equestrian trails, an amusement park, dog park, camping, fishing, and handicapped accessible fishing pier along with shady picnic spots. Take exit 150 off I-40 to Burns Park or call 501-791-8538 for more information.
Enjoy the scenic Arkansas River on the Downtown Riverside RV Camp in North Little Rock. Located in downtown North Little Rock, enjoy the scenic views of the Clinton Library and the Little Rock skyline. While you’re there take a stroll across the Clinton Park Bridge that connects North Little Rock and the Clinton Library.
Enjoy the scenic Arkansas River on the Downtown Riverside RV Camp in North Little Rock. For more information about the variety of attraction in North Little Rock, hotels in North Little Rock, or upcoming events, please contact the North Little Rock Visitors Bureau at www.NorthLittleRock.travel or call 501-758-1424.
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